Al Roker Sets World Record for Longest Uninterrupted Weather Forecast, Earns Big for Charity

Al roker

Only Al Roker could make 34 hours of live uninterrupted weather completely entertaining and inspiring.  The Today Show’s meteorologist set out to break the Guinness Book World Record to earn money through his Crowdrise campaign for the United Service Organizations (USO).  Roker started his #Rokerthon on Thursday, November 13 and finished just this morning, earning over $70,000 in donations.

Keeping the momentum going seemed to come pretty easily to Roker as he reported the weather all over the world. Several celebrities including actors Alan Alda, Candice Bergen, fellow weatherman Sam Champion, singer Nick Lachey and writer/producer Aaron Sorkin stopped by to lend their support.

Once it was over, the ever-energetic Roker said, “I don’t feel that tired.”  He even managed to stick around for some of the Today show taping after his segment wrapped – a trouper (for the troops!) through and through.

Check out some of the highlights here:

http://www.today.com/news/al-roker-brings-new-meaning-live-stream-during-rokerthon-bathroom-1D80287234

To learn more about Al’s Campaign:

https://www.crowdrise.com/ROKER

article by Lesa Lakin (r) and Lori Lakin Hutcherson (l)
article by Lesa Lakin (r) and Lori Lakin Hutcherson (l)

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